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post #31 of 38
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I don't wanna waste my perfect sr80 so if anybody has some broken sr60,80, igrado pls pm me
post #32 of 38
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Okay drawings are almost done smily_headphones1.gif but cold somebody tell me how deep the actual drivers are?
post #33 of 38

I didn't like how my SR60s sounded that much in the first place and covering them with my hand made them sound like the speaker from a talking barbie doll laying in a pile of trumpets and loose cardboard flaps.

 

Grados are probably the last opens I'd try to cover. That's their entire thing, being really open with lots of treble.

post #34 of 38
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I'm making them half closed smily_headphones1.gif what's it really called?
post #35 of 38

Semi-open or Semi-closed, depending on if you are an optimist or pessimist.

 

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I'm making them half closed smily_headphones1.gif what's it really called?
post #36 of 38

I think this goes for any pair of open headphones.

 

My Panasonic RP-HTF600-S sound gets extremely tinny and gets a bit of a veil if you put your hand on the cups while listening.

post #37 of 38
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I'm making them half closed smily_headphones1.gif what's it really called?


Semi-open I think.

post #38 of 38
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Originally Posted by tdockweiler View Post
 

BTW if anyone cares, the SR-80 driver can fit inside the DJ100 shell.

It'd be a waste of time and would sound terrible.

 

Do you think that's only true of a Grado driver in a DJ100 shell or especially true in a DJ100 shell? What would make it sound terrible?

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